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What can you tell me about this farm table?

Posted by nosoccermom (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 8, 14 at 16:42

Any idea how old it might be? Also, what kind of legs are these, especially at the bottom? I sit missing casters?


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RE: What can you tell me about this farm table?

Turned legs with tapered feet?

Is the a hole in the bottom of the feet that coasters would be inserted in?

ML


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RE: What can you tell me about this farm table?

Yes, turned legs. Not missing casters. This was the style of late victorian farmhouse style kitchen table. From the photo it looks like a 2 board pine top. mfrog


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RE: What can you tell me about this farm table?

I bought a table like this with the legs cut down to use as a coffee table. I did not have to worry about how the kids would use it in our family room, and it was just the right size.


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